Fresh air, baking soda, white vinegar and steam cleaning are natural ways to reduce or remove the smell of smoke from a home or clothing. Removing a smoke odor that has built up over months or years may require several c... More »

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To remove dead rat odors from your home, find the decomposing carcass, remove it from the house, and open windows and doors to expel the smell. Using electric fans, disinfectants and deodorizing air fresheners can also e... More »

Remove mildew odors from fabrics using commercial products such as the Bright MDG Mildew Odor Control System, the Odor Medic's Smelly Washer Formula or various home remedies. In either case, the source of the mildew must... More »

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To remove smoke odors from leather upholstery, move the furniture outside, sprinkle it with baking soda, stuff newspaper in the crevices and vacuum the sofa thoroughly; then spray the leather with vinegar and dry it. Thi... More »

Vinegar and baking soda are great odor eliminators and typically eliminate smoke, mildew and body odors from clothing. However, if they don't work to rid the clothes of their odor, try adding borax, a stain-removal laund... More »

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Two ways to remove pet accident odors using common, household products are to clean the area with a vinegar solution or to scrub it with a mixture of baking soda, dishwashing detergent and hydrogen peroxide. Bear in mind... More »

Remove smoke odor from the air by cleaning carpeting, furniture and walls with natural ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda and citrus oil. Continuously run an oil diffuser filled with water and 15 drops of citrus oi... More »

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